This photo has not been manipulated. That's an actual 1968 Chevrolet Camaro turned into a Jekyll-and-Hyde car from its split badges on its front grille to the carpet in its trunk. It's the result of an exacting, months-long rebuild that created a car unlike any other. The crazy minds who created it? Four guys from State Farm insurance.
If you've ever tried to buy car insurance for a classic ride, you know it's a complicated process, and one fraught with potholes. The universe of classic cars runs from rusted rat rods not worth their value in scrap to multimillion-dollar machinery; some owners want to drive them as much as possible, others won't roll them any further than the garage door. In most cases, any insurance on a classic vehicle begins with a guess about its value, and one owner's chromed wheels and nitrous-injection system is another's crime against history.
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Pretty cool, but also makes a muscle-car fan wince seeing something like that done to a car such as a Camaro.
Edit: Had to fix picture.
Edited by Captain Jack, 18 July 2012 - 05:14 PM.